The Vols scored their first touchdown of the Utah State game on inverted veer, and they went back to a similar play to get their first points in the Arkansas State game. Continue reading “Vols Use Inverted Veer to Score Again”
Something that Tennessee does a lot is run inside zone with the slot receiver on the backside running a bubble screen. When you run this play as much as the Vols do, you must have constraint plays to prevent the defense from being overaggressive on your base plays. Against Arkansas State, Tennessee unveiled one of their counters to the bubble screen. While the pass was ultimately incomplete, it was a well drawn up play and worth a second look.
Here is another packaged play that Tennessee has run in each of their games so far this season. Rather combining a run and a pass like the previous packaged plays we looked at, this play packages a swing screen to one side with a quick pass to the other.
One of the biggest plays from the Arkansas State game was a 56 yard catch and run for Vols slot receiver Von Pearson. The pass was able to be completed because of a great playcall by the Vols to attack the Red Wolves’ Cover 2 defense.
Continue reading “Vols Use Dig to Attack Cover 2”